Why should an attorney develop a business relationship with a bail bondsman
By Greg Rynerson
Many criminal defense attorneys take calls at all hours. Like a bondsman, a good criminal attorney knows that they need to be available when the potential client is in need or the business may go to someone else. So, let’s say you’re a criminal defense attorney, or other attorney who out of courtesy and business relationship gives your cell phone number out readily to clients. You receive a 3:00 AM call from an arrested client. “I’m in jail—get me out”, demands your client. “Let me see what I can do,” you reply. If you’re like many attorneys, you don’t get this type of call often. Instead, clients seek come to you after they’ve been released from jail. You’re not about to tell the client you don’t know a bondsman. You turn to Google and hope you get a bondsman who won’t embarrass you and knows what he’s doing.
Have a Bail Bondsman on Speed-dial
As bondsmen, time and again when people meet us we hear, “I’ll never need your services.” I immediately reply, “Well if you do, call 302 FREEDOM.” Countless times, we receive calls saying, “Remember when I told you I’d never need you…”
If you’re an attorney, it makes sense to develop a relationship with a professional bail bondsman. Here are a few reasons why:
Professionalism & Experience You Can Trust
1st Choice Bail Bonds is a small, yet dynamic, bail bond company with a large network of agents that has the ability to conduct bail bonds in the entire State of Delaware.
Harry and Linda Dougherty-Clark are the owners and are always within easy reach. Attorneys can be guaranteed of getting exceptional customer service 24/7/365. Harry and Linda are always available to attorneys by cell phone including nights weekends, holidays, and vacations. You can be assured that competent professional staff will always be available to assist you.
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